Women face higher risk of disability

08/11/2008 | North Florida News Daily (Glen Saint Mary, Fla.)

Women face a greater risk than men of becoming disabled and about half of women are unprepared for the financial consequences of long-term disability, according to the Social Security Administration. In the past 10 years, the disability rate for women has grown nearly twice as fast as the rate for men.

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North Florida News Daily (Glen Saint Mary, Fla.)

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